Monday, September 2, 2013

A Hodge-Podge Of Off-Beat Jazz

Music For Collectors
A Hodge-Podge Of Off-Beat Jazz

857 45th Avenue
San Francisco Calif 94121

Late 1969 or early 1970

Side 1 –  #25555

That's a plenty (Slim and his Hot Boys) --
St. Louis blues (Broadway Broadcasters) --
I'm wild about horns on automobiles (Billy Hays orchestra) --
Gut bucket shuffle (Harris Brothers Texans) --
Goin' back to Tennessee (Boyd Senter and his Senterpedes) --
The same old moon (Virginia Willrich and her Texas Rangers) --
Down where the blue bonnets grow (Phil Baxter orchestra) --
She's a gorgeous thing (Doc Daughertry orchestra) -

Side 2 –  #25556

Aristocratic stomp (Paul Tremaine orchestra) --
Wha'd ja do to me (Snooks and his Memphis Ramblers) --
Band box shuffle (Bennie Moten's Kansas City Orchestra) --
In a corner (Cecil Scott and his Bright Boys) --
You need some lovin' (Johnny Dunn and his band) --
Variety stomp (Fess Williams and his Royal Flush Orchestra) --
Weary stomp (Curtis Mosley and his Dixieland Blue-Blowees) --
Washboard wiggles (Tiny Parham and his musicians).

1927-1931 jazz band recordings regrouped by San Francisco collector Stephen Prosper.  Further Stephen Foster compilations for collectors were re-issued on Alan Roberts' Sunbeam Records, a jazz re-issue label out of Van Nuys.

Stephen Prosper died sometimes in 1974 or 1975.

(Record found at Alexander Stewart's blog Collector Not Complelist

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